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Web service throwing "getStringForDDxml FileNotFoundException"

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majinmusashi
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yonestar
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Majin,
Have you resolved this issue? I'm having the same problem.
Was this thread continued elsewhere? I couldn't find it.

Thanks,
Yoni

obifromsouthlondon
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I have the same problem in GlassFish v2. Solved it by reloading the application (.reload) after deployment.

Basically a [b]web service[/b] can't be invoked until you reload and I think this problem relates to the message in server.log - in my case jar file not found was deployment jar for the EJB exposed as a web service

so far I haven't been able to find out if there is a [b]patch[/b] for this problem - my infrastructure team are heavily on my case for having to do this reload after each deployment

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javajoe83
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Hi all. Well Im having this same issue with gf-2.1. Seems strange that you would have to reload everytime. I have deployed my web services countless time with no problems. Now I get this error and driving me crazy trying other solutions. So to try this one, how would I go about correctly "reload"ing the web service. In my case a Enterprise App with ejb,a web service and a servlet.

and just to link this to my other post..
http://forums.java.net/jive/thread.jspa?threadID=64703&tstart=0

Thanks for any help. This thing is driving me crazy.

oleksiys
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Sometimes it's difficult to find right place to ask the question :)))
I'm pretty sure this question is not about "Binary Web Services and XML".

I think the right place is - project Metro forum [1]. Think it will be the last stop for this question.

Thanks.
WBR.

[1] http://forums.java.net/jive/forum.jspa?forumID=46